Sausalito Ferry Group Travel
If you are planning a trip on the Ferry with a group, start by choosing whether to travel with the Golden Gate Ferry or the Blue and Gold Fleet. Apart from the locations of their terminals in San Francisco, there are other factors to consider, including number of people, location, rates, and ages.
Insiders Tip: If your group consists mostly of adults you’ll spend less traveling on Blue and Gold Fleet between Sausalito and the Fisherman’s Wharf area of San Francisco. That may, however, be inconvenient if the Ferry Building is a more natural San Francisco base or destination for your trip.
Golden Gate Ferry
Contact Info: email@example.com, 415-921-5858,
From inside the Bay Area: 511. From outside the Bay Area: 415-455-2000
Number of People: The Golden Gate Ferry does not have special rates for groups so the amount of people in your group does not matter.
Locations: The Golden Gate Ferry connects the Ferry Building in San Francisco with Sausalito.
Regular Rates for the Golden Gate Ferry are on our Sausalito Ferry Ticket Prices page. The Golden Gate Ferry is cheaper if your group has mostly 18 year olds and under, and/or seniors, the disabled, Medicare recipients, or those with Clipper Cards.
Blue and Gold Fleet
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, 415-705-8214
Order your tickets over the phone or by email to order with the group discounts. They also offer special programs for schools.
# People: A group of 15+ people on the Blue and Gold
Fleet is required for the group rates.
Locations: The Blue and Gold Fleet travels between Pier 41 in San Francisco and Sausalito.